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Ha! I love it!
That is just made of epic fail. Thank you, sir.
Uh, no, that was clearly intentional. Epic fail to you, good friend, for being a no-fun grammar fiend who cannot even appreciate irony.
If you were pointing out the “Birthday’s,” though, I could forgive you.
BAHAHAHAHAHA!!! Someone was really tired and not paying attention…
So the baker wrote a paragraph of nonsense for the sake of postmodern irony? Have you missed the point of this entire blog? Epic fail to you, my good lady, for being so utterly dense and pretentious.
that is one epically failing icer.
poo on you guys who dont think this is a fail.
I love ALL of it!
Oh man. Depressing that someone did all this work without thinking AT ALL about what he/she was doing!
wow best one i’ve seen so far…
hahahah!! best cake ever.
A nice added touch is “Birthday’s”
i must agree, this one is the best that i’ve seen
Something like this actually happened to a friend of mine.
She got a cake for someone and said they wanted it to say “Get Well [person's name]”
Well they only put “Well [person's name]”
So a tip, don’t buy cakes from Wal-mart lol.
See, this is either an epic fail or an intentional joke by the baker. Either way it’s hilarious.
I love how “Nov. and Dec.” is abbreviated in the abbreviation instructions.
I guess they didn’t need to abbreviate, after all.
This is by far the best one. You’d have to be so out of it to make this mistake! I would love to someday receive a birthday cake similar to this one.
Oh lovely. I love it. Totally made my Monday.
My favorite part of all of this is that it has been photographed on a birthday themed tablecloth – THEY USED IT!
Party planning fail.
Yeah, this reminds me of a cake we had made for our volleyball team end-of-year party.
We wanted it to say ‘ace’ on it, which is a totally legit volleyball term, but the icer put ‘face’ on our cake.
It was fabulous. I would not oppose to eating a cake mistake, haha. It makes it so much more delicious.
One year my boyfriend went to DQ to get me a birthday cake.. he wanted it to say “Happy Birthday Anna” in red.
They wrote “Happy Birthday Red” and then “fixed” it by covering the mistake with chocolate.
So this was my addition, and yes we did use the cake and everyone loved it. It was the funniest thing EVER!
If your job is decorating cakes at Wal-Mart, chances are pretty high that you don’t know much English. The person probably just copied down the form without having any understanding of what it really said.
Hey meester….I gots jor cakes ready for to be peeked up now…jes???
We get cakes at least once a month at my office for some random reason, and English is not the native language of the ladies at the Publix bakery. We constantly have to tell them how to spell things like “Kate” and “Bobby”, but have never had something so ridiculous as this. I am jealous of how epic this failure is. I wish I had been the person to have brought it back to my office. I know some of the people here wouldn’t get it anyway.
Is there any deeper meaning for this than gibberish? Am I missing something?
Hahahahaha! I needed a laugh. Thank you so much! I think the people who got the cake would have loved it, too.
“BAHAHAHAHAHA!!! Someone was really tired and not paying attention…”
… but they were even more tired by the time they were done. Did they spell abbreviate right on the first try? ROFL
That’s certainly the icing on the cake.
Obviously, the decorator knew exactly what he or she was doing and was pointing out the customer’s shortcomings; the apostrophe must have been in the original too. After all,”The customer is always right.”
My only question is, did the icer get iced?
That is cake-tastic!
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